Isn't it time you chomped on some simply scrumptious whole wheat Irish soda bread?! Taste the truest classic, brought to you by Jelena from Apple-Green.com. Foodies of the world unite!
Parlor game to be played next time you are consuming Irish desserts and just can't stand the hypocrisy anymore. Ideal for Patrick's festivities, or any other Irish apple cake-eating occasion. May turn you into a food fascist.
TV cooking host and blogger David “Old Fat Guy” Farrell shares his experience of Irish cuisine. And brings you two recipes – Make Irish Sausage or Bake some Potato Bread.
Engage the timeless nature of a hearty stove top beef stew. This recipe may be cooked a little differently from how the Irish of old would have done it, but it certainly is still as deliciously rustic. Because a true classic never fades. Nor fails to deliver.
Irish jokes primer, featuring classics from down the years, the latest jokes on the street, and some we've made up just for the craic.
This traditional recipe is a true classic, yet so easy to make! Cinnamon and Lemon Zest combine to bring a harmonious, yet distinctly dual, soft sweetness and citrus zing.
Food fascists be gone! If it contains strawberries and mousse, it can be a 'strawberry mousse'! Besides, we’re not even sure what this Irish dessert is called. ‘Wexford Mousse’, maybe. Or just ‘Honey Mousse’. The recipe is as old as the hills and has just three ingredients...
A delicious layer shot that looks great – like the Irish flag! And just like the tricolor currently serving as the disputed version of Ireland’s flag, you get to choose what color the ‘orange’ part. Grand Marnier, Brandy, Cointreau or Cognac is usually the preferred weapon of choice. But, as always, you are encouraged to get creative. Especially if it's St. Patrick's Day.
There are plenty of pretenders to the throne, but this is the true, legit recipe for the original Irish coffee. It has to be one of the most renowned Irish drinks, and several people claim to have invented the recipe. Find out who actually did.